Thread Rating:
  • 0 Vote(s) - 0 Average
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Delete content
#1
Exclamation 
Hi!

When I choose "Delete content" I do not get anymore the option "delete .torrent as well" (if I remember correctly), instead the window suggest to use the Archive function.
For my needs when I have to remove the completed downloads I must keep the .torrent file (I'm archiving on external storage!). How can I keep the .torrent files? Current version simply delete the .torrent file! :(

Thank you

Code:
Java 1.8.0_121 (32 bit)
Oracle Corporation
c:\program files\azureus\jre

SWT v4716, win32
Windows 7 v6.1, x86
V5.7.5.0/4 az2
Reply
#2
I do not know how but the option is now showed without any Vuze version update! 
...buut I have toggled two times the option found on wiki http://wiki.vuze.com/w/Known_Issues#Rest...ntext_menu Tools->Options->Interface->Table: Library: Show fancy menu
Reply
#3
Option disappeared again...
[Image: dG2IIQr.png]

But finally I have understood why! Option\Mode\User Proficiency must now be changed to Advanced!! :(
Up the previous version (and from many years ago) it was enough for me to keep it Intermediate, now I have to see every possibile config option just to have this "Delete .torrent file as well" :(
[Image: OWSMQ72.png]

This is something for the Help\Wiki or (better) to be changed back so a Intermediate is enough...
Reply
#4
Since Spiggot sacked their main developer, these forums seem to rely on the goodwill of ONLY other users.  I suggest you UPGRADE to BiglyBT and enjoy what is essentially the same client with more features, without the bullshit and is in constant development by one of the original Azureus developers.  Plus, there are dedicated support chat channels built into the client and during the install process, you can easily migrate all of your Vuze/Azureus settings/statistics and torrents to the BiglyBT client.

I run over 3,000 torrents, so don't worry, the client will handle your torrents with ease and I had no problems with the migration of settings and torrents. It was all seamless. BBT looks the same as Vuze and it is legal because they (BiglyBT, Vuze, Bit-Tyrant, OneSwarm) are all based on Azureus under a GPL License.
Reply


Possibly Related Threads...
Thread Author Replies Views Last Post
  Clear Suggestions for Web Search in Content Discovery shakey 2 1,704 09-19-2016, 02:35 PM
Last Post: shakey
  Content Search Window Broken joe92352 0 928 08-25-2016, 03:49 PM
Last Post: joe92352



Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s)